Piotr Dylewski (Poland)
Screenwriter and director. A graduate of psychology (2013), he also studied directing at the Katowice Film School (2016) and at the Wajda School (2019). Creator of short films: “From the stage” (2014), “Smoking kills” (2015), “Constructor” (2016). In 2019, his debut full-length film “Rotten Ears” had its premiere and since then it has been awarded in Poland and in the world. Currently it is shown at various film festivals. He comes from Białystok. A fan of kickboxing, boxing, Asian food and Leonard Cohen.
Ville Jankeri (Finland)
Ville Jankeri is a graduate from the National Film and Television School (NFTS). He was chosen to make a short film for the Berlin Today Award competition and his film “The Last Wash” premiered at the Berlinale Film Festival in 2008. “Sixpack” (2011), his first feature film based on an acclaimed novel by Mikko Rimminen was a commercial and critical success. Ville´s third feature “Forest Giant” (2020) received the audience award in Nordischen Filmtage Lübeck 2021.
Ewa Borysewicz (Poland)
Director, screenwriter, visual artist. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, K. Kieślowski Film School in Katowice, and currently – a PhD student at the Polish National Film, Television and Theater School in Łódź. Author of award-winning animated films, of which “To Your Heart” was nominated for a Golden Bear at the Berlinale and won the Grand Prix of the Animateka Festival in Ljubljana. Resident of AAIR in Tokyo and Akademie Schloss Solitude in Stuttgart. Member of the Polish Filmmakers Association. She lives and works in Warsaw.
Matej Bobrik (Slovakia)
A graduate of directing at the Łódź Film School and the Wajda School. His student film “Where the Sun doesn’t rush” (2009) was shown at international festivals such as IDFA, Dok Leipzig, Visions du Reel and others. His short documentary debut was “The Visit” (2013) produced by Munk Studio. The film premiered at IDFA, won the prestigious Silver Eye Award and many other prizes. His full-length documentary “Our Little Poland” premiered at the Warsaw Film Festival in 2019 and a year later went to the cinema distribution in Poland.
Małgorzata Goliszewska (Poland)
Director of documentary films, coming from the artistic environment. She completed DOK Pro courses at the Wajda School and POLSKA.DOC. She has a master’s degree in multimedia arts, she has worked at the Experimental Film Department at the Academy of Art in Szczecin. She deals with documentary film and contemporary art, often combining them, also mixing art with private life. She made her debut with “Dress me up” (2010). Winner of many artistic and film awards, holder of the Young Poland scholarship, laureate of the Hestia Artistic Journey competition, resident of Museumsquartier in Vienna. In 2019, her full-length debut “Lesson of Love” premiered at the IDFA festival, the film was co-directed with Kasia Mateja (co-production: HBO). It was the only Polish documentary on the Oscar longlist in 2021!